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INTERCOLONIAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
INTERCOLONIAL RATES 10 New South Wales, New Zealand, South Australia. Tasmania. Western Australia, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides. -Letters. For every loz. or under .. . . o l Post Cards-Stamp or Card .. o V: : | Letter Cards ° * I Reply Post Cards-each o 2 1 Registration Fee, .. .. : .*. 0 3 Acknowledgement of'^delivery.. ^ registered article;-, 0 -Packets.- ? .-oraniercial Papers and Print ed Papers, maximum weight 4ib.. maximum dimensions, fit. in length, ift. wide or ipss. 2oz. or under .. .. ?. 0 ' Patterns and Samples. Pack-, or MerchandiseT etc.. naximum weight Tib., di mensions not t» exceed 2U> . ' :'t.. 20Z. or under .. >. 1 . , -Newspapers. -a«:hwery tooz. or und o Pi .-?qIV Parcels or newspaper* ? "'sted by 2 registered news ...aper publisher or newsven *qoz. ->r fraction there. -it . . .? -Parcels. C^ch Parcel of lib. or iiidsr .. .... .. .. .. .. o o additional lib. or un ,!r >iV to nib. .. . . .v V. -Queensland. Ths same as to other colonies fo...
R. E. TILT. Postmaster POSTAL INFORMATION RATES OF POSTAGE VICTORIAL RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
R. E. TILT. Postmasu-' Of,TAX. INFORMATION 4ATES OF POSTAGE /ICTORIAN RATES -Letters. s. a. for oery boz., or fraction - thereof .. .. . . 0 1 Urgent Letter-For each let (:er (in additon to ordinary - postage) . . 04 Post Cards . ; 01 Reply Post Cards .. .. .. .. 0 2 Letter Cards -..01 Registration Fee o 3 Acknowledgement- of "deliVcryv " of registered article .. .. .. ,0 si -Packets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight 5lb., maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width Gr depth, 2oz. or under .. o . Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every 202. or under, up to ?lb. .. o oi Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum lib., not to exceed 2ft. x ift., 2oz. or under o 1 -Newspapers. For each newspaper 1002. or under n oi Within the Commonwealth/ and Papua. 40Z. or part of 4oz . .. .. o oi Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth .. o oj Published within the Com monwealth, 8oz . ...
AN AFTER PART. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
^5riR part &lt; inclusion of the competi At ! )e members of-committee and j (Ions tl.t , sc v/hose association with | »ftnV Jns brought them into direct the he executive were invited t°uf president (Mr. A. Stredwick). by »>';? ^ a litte supper which was 10 [A ?« the chess room. This, was fC:ve,ik- thought, inasmuch as it s'erv ;lk"J oIea=ant termination to iho fd 35-,;;nn of the: adjudicators, who 3S-i0CaS much as possible, kept theni ,nirt twin the committee dur .celve,L oa't fortnight whilst thev iflC employed-, in thcir ,task °,f -Mg t i'fr Stredwick welcomed them, i,!ft cnokc highly of. their honor-and 3" "it,- Thev had not been out to, '-"ihu'te favors regardless of the o .vof those competing, and.he and ?. -omniitiee were all assured-that !"i;,ents had. been as the outcome ? ,vcl(-t;it'ornie&lt;l knowledge, and an . conviction. (Applause.) Ilr losing the healths of Mr. Lavater and Mr. Reid (elocution-/ 1 " (jic judges, he did so with the vt conviction that t...
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD DETERMINATIONS ANNOUNCED. EIGHT HOTELS TO BE CLOSES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
LICENSES REDUCTION i DETERMINATIONS A\ KOUNCED. . EIGHT HOTELS TO BE CLOSES The Licenses Reduction Board . on Tuesday 'concluded the takm*"0.'-' evidence in respect to the hoteu v0' ed for closing in the Kyneton Li^ sing District, announced their d^' mination at the Court -House, K .Cr" ! ton. at noon on Thursday; All^a" I members' ox the Board were pre? as well as the secretary (}[r. Sergeant O'Brien and several ofi^' police staff under him. Messrs i Armstrong, G. Hurry and ' prJ Stevens, who had appeared as coun! for various owners and licensees j a fairly large attendance of the ral public Mr. Barr'(chairman) J11" the Board's determination as folio**1 Deprivation Determination. .The Kyneton Licensing District . eludes the townships of Carlsruvf Tylden, Lauriston and Malnisbtiri well as the town of Kyneton. s'fh' district is entitled under the Lice'* sing Acts to 14 hotels, but has.25-th" excess therefore being n. Of the 1-' no less than 14 are in Kyneton its$ and one just on its ...
KYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1914 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND ELOCUTIONARY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
ICYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1914 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND ELOCUTIONARY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. Mr. A. Strcdwick presided. The. stage was prettily decorated with autumn foliage. 32-Piano Solo (Open), "Rondo Brilliant' (Weber).-Miss V. Mateer (Northcote). Miss 1. Colling (Ben digo), Miss Turner (Bendigo). si-Comic Song in Character.-Mr. N. Wilson (Melbourne), "The School Teacher"; Mr. E. C. Harris, "I'm Not Supposed to Know What I'm About." 3-Contralto Solo.-Miss M. Wat son, "Sleep, My Love, Sleep"; Miss Peatling "Beyond the Horizon"; Miss Bcckmann. "Sleep, My Love, Sleep"; Miss M. Godfrey, "Until." 23-Humorous Song (Gentlemen). -Mr. E. C. Harris (Bendigo), "I'm Such a Pet With the Girls"; Mr. N. Wilson, "Don't You Think He's Mau": Mr. F. Pcndock, "A Chip of the Old Block." 9-English National Song (Ladies). -Miss M. Lattimore, "There ? is a Land." ^ ; 12-Scotch National Song (Gentle men).-Mr. A. E. Barnes, "Bonny Mary of Argyle." 11-Scotch National Song (Ladies). -Miss Vogler, "Whistle an': I'll....
The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, APR. 25, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
K-YNETON. SATURDAY. APR. 25, 1914 /.The Back Page.-On'the back page will be found an interesting account of the wedding of Mr. Alex. D. Clark to Miss -E: M. Robinson at Koroop, an account of the combined Catholic picnic at. Malmsbury on Wednesday, and Thursday's. Markets. Funeral, of Mr. J. J. Wells. - The funeral":of the late' Mr. ' J;--.. J...-Wells.' took place to the Kyneton ?; Cemetery last Thursday afternoon and was, largely attended. The Rev. O.tho: Bryant of 'the "Congregational Church, conducted a spiritual service at "Tot ness'" before the funeral' moved off,, and also conducted the service at _the graveside, assisted by. the Rev. Lith gow Tait. The Rev. Mr. Bryant said, that thev were met to lav. to rest one who had not only: lived his three score years and ieirbut four-score and beyond. One who lias, we feel been favored of God with a long life; a man of truth and great value, who. has been called to a hisher service. The pall-bearers were Mcssrs.- George J.. and James (...
THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
THURSDAY EVENING. Mr. A. Stredwick presided., Owing to so many adjudications be ing given on Thursday afternoon and evening, the two final sessions of the competitions, we can . only give the judges' remarks concerning the, first two or three competitors in eaclv sec tion. 33-Piano Duet (Open).-Misses Stredwick and Barry, Misses Dun stan and another, Misses Colling and another. 21-Comic Song in Character.-Mr. N. McBeath, "In Ragtime"; Miss* M. Godfrey, "Follow the Tram_ Track." 1/-Champion Solo (Ladies), Bal lad.-Miss Watson. "The Birds Go North Again." 17-Champion Solo (Ladies), Ora torio.-Miss S. Beckinann, "Softly i Awakes My Heart."' I-Soprano Solo.-Miss Lattimorc, "The Moorish Maid"; Miss Vo'gler, "L'ete." . 23-Humorous Song (Gentlemen). Mr. McBeath. "The Wedding ot An drew McNab." , 5-Bariton Solo.;-Mr. Harris, "The King's Minstrel.'' 49-Dialogue (Serious).-'Miss . C. Metcalfe and Mr. Espirito. "Petruchn afnd Katerine." ????.,. 22-Character Song.-Mr F. Davys, "I Love a-Lassie"...
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Mr. H. Stredwick presided. 38-Piano Duct- (under 18).-Miss' Mateer and another. ; 26-Sacred :Solo (Gentlemen).-Mr W. J. Richards "And God Said"; ?Mr. Harris, "The Lord is My Light." 4-'Tenor Solo.-Mr. H. Williams, "A Vision Entrancing." . 35-Piano Solo (under 18).-Miss B. Turner. ' 2-Mezzo Soprano Solo. - Miss Beckmann, "My Ships": Miss Latti morc. "Somewhere a Voice"; Miss Vogler, "The Sands o' Dee." 25-Sacred Solo (Ladies).-Miss N. Lattimore, "Nearer My God to:Thee." . 2S-Solo (Gentlemen), Non-prize winners.-Mr H. Williams, "An Even ing Song." . ; Adjudications. 4-Tenor Solo. Mr. Mosley ("An Evening Song"). -Sympathetic voice, most emotional rendering, ignored time notes. Mr. Carnegie ("An Evening Song") -Beautiful tenor, breathing inade quate, lacks intensity, good ? taste. Result: Mr. Mosley, 96; Mr. Carne gie, 88; Mr. Williams, 86; Mr. Brewer 84- . . A / 38-Pianb Duet (Under iS). Misses Matcer and Persi.-Good accent bright tempo, clear finger work, good cont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
-RE-DIRECT ON ^ VICTORIA. Letters, packets, and newspaper* are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addressees. Ail applica tions for re-direction must be written in ink and hear the signatures of tin persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot bt ?complied"with .; - Re-directed letters, packcts. s.no uewsapers re-posted by an agent of the addresees after delivery, provided they are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and Public Holidays, not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. ; : Re-directed letters, packets antf newspapers which are re-posted later than tilt- day after delivery wi" br taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any >vhich appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly posti-&lt; : unpaid letters, packets, or newspat."r~ &lt;-ii? case may be. ''iTHF.k COLONIES AN I . COUNTRIES .......i'Undej-...
KYNETON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
u-YNETON PIG MARKET. / asr-- . ? y'At Tuesday's market 73 pigs were f penned. Receipts, 1S/6. Mr. J. H. Clark reports:,Owinsr to . the - weather being rather foreboding, 'a smaller yarding of pigs came for-.' ward than for sonic time past. The .usual; attendance of - buyers, and all lot s submitted changed hands at an > advance on last week's figures. I booked 51 pigs, and quote: Baconers, £3/4/ to £3/10/6: porkers. £2/3/ to £2/15/: stores, large, 32/ to'44/6; slips, 18/ to 33/; suckers. 10/ toe2i/.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
Bereavement Notices. I desire to convey my warmest THANKS to Dr. Downing. Dr. Hum-: phrey and4Dr. Groves for their exces sively, kind attention .to- my; late:;hus-. band during his rccent long.and fatal illness. They"and the Matron and Nursing StafT of the Kyneton Hospir tal were most thoughtful and kind at all times. . . OLIVE SHORT.
KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
KYNETON STOCK MARKET. ----111 *"? ". . . At Thursday's market 270 cattle ancl n'So sheep were yarded. Messrs. W. H. Fvsh'' and Co. re port: Moderate supply fat sheep and lambs, and for all trade lots good rates well maintained, while graziers competed strongly for stores at high er figures. Small yarding fat cattle, and we scld all that we offered at-cur rent values, and. following good rain fall, stores were in better request at an advance. We booked 6S cattle and IOGT sheep, and quote: Fat bullocks, £8/7/6 to £9/15/ fat cows,-£6 to ^£9; fat heifers, £4/17/ to £6/12/6; springing heifers, £4/5/ to £5: do. cows, £5/7/6 to £7; store cows, £1 11/ t"ov £3/15/;' 2i-vear-old steers. £4 v' to £4/12/: calves and yearlings. £1/1/ to £2/1/; crossbred wethers, 20/ .io 21/6; do., extra prime.. 34/ to 36/6; crossbred ewes, iS/.i. to 24/: me rino wetVers, 16/ to 17/7: do. ewes, JO/6 to..74/3; fat lambs. 17/4 to 20/; crossbred '. wc*ner.?,''12/7. to 13/9; me rino ewes. in lanji), 15/4. i\lr. 1. H....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
Educational. Bocred Heart Ladies'' Callsso CONVENT OF MERCY, - KYNETON. - . PUPILS' SUCCESSES' in 19T3.; , In Fcbrnarjr one- completed. Senior Public, two matriculated; one .com pleted Junior Public. In December four passed1:--Junior Public, three ; obtained groups;;.; one passed Se'nior Public. - * » A 'total of 52 passes -was obtained, with n distinctions.'" Pupils are "received Jor wPianoforte.* F-iuging, Violin;- Marvdoline.fHaVmony Shorthand. Typewriting..Bookkeeping Drawing Painting; and Physical'Cul-: ture. SECOND TERM: APRIL 21, 1914 Terms on Application to TI-IE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO.. TIIOS.. and J AS. WILLIS beg to intimate to the Pub lic of Kvneton and District that they have TAKEN OVER, THE BUSI NESS of the Father, Mr. G. W. WILLIS, Sen., and - request the con 'tinuance of. the. lo5"al support accord ed to their father during the last 15 years. .. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr.' Willis,, sen.. MAY BE PAID at'-the M1LL to the New Firm, who will...
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS' PICNIC AT MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS' PICNIC AT MALMSBUKY. -sco A loint picnic of the Mahnsburj-, Taradale.. and Lauriston Catholic Schools look placc in Malmsbury Botanical Gardens on Wednesday. ?22nd inst. The weather, although not ideal fo.r such outings, kept fine. Con sidering the short notice for prepara tions and the uncertain state of the weather, there was a satisfactory at tendance. fully 400 people beinsy" pre sent, including children and adults. It was only the previous week that the icea of holding' the picnic origina ted at ^ Miss Carroll-arid jvlr. J.- Conlon bcinj? thc-'pr'omoters. -Mayor-0?Sullivan kindly granted the usual picmc concessions, viz.. the use Oi i.ie Town Hall supper-room, cop pers. and-gardens. etc.. and Mr Crew crave the ladies in charge of the re freshments his usual courteous atten tion . .The Lauriston contingent ar ii.erl m i.ir J. Gurtin's waggon, and "r°Sf ,lr0^r Taradale in vehicles sup P by Mr. J Corilan and others. At noon the children were seated to lunch and w...
HOW DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
HOW DYSPEPTICS CAM EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITH OUT FAIN. , In the vast majority of cases, stales a. leading specialist, indigestion, dys ?ic.'-sia. and other so-called stomach .troubles' are in no way due to the fault of the stomach itself, but almost entirely to fermentation of the food contents and the resultant formation of acid and gas which irritate and in flame the delicate lining of the stom acii. and unnaturally distending the stomach - walls. causing displacement of the .vital or gans ami dangerous pressure on the heart and lungs. He estimates that 96 per. cent. of all stomach pains, either acute-or chronic, are directly or indirccthr due- to- acid fermentation: all of which he has proved can be avoided by neutralising the acid and stopping the fermentation by means of a " simple antacid known among and obtainable .from all chemists un der the name of bisurated magnesia; lialt a icaspoonful in a little water im mediately alter eating, effectively pre venting the . slightest ind...
GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyncton Guardian.") Questions -on all matters relating to horticulture, "if . addressed "Gar den." care of this office, and sent by Tuesday' of each week, .will be an swered in Thursday's issue. -Answers to Questions. "West End,"' Trentham, would like to know proper time to re-pot aspara gus fern and if they require much water, also-rich soil. Reply.: The best time to re-pot the asparagus is at the end of winter, just before, new growth commences. i!ic pot should, have good drainage placed in the, bottom, and a handful of bonedust may be mixed with the soil, which should consist of good, rotted turf-and sand in about equal proportions. If the pot is Avell drained, liberal supplies of water and occasionally weak liquid manure should be given during- active growth. !v" ' - ' - ^
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
WEDDING. CLARK - ROBINSON. On Wednesday, April 15, at 11 o'clock, a very pretty wedding was celebrated at 'Barr Bower," Koroop, when Mr Alexander David Clark, eld est son of Mr. and Mrs. Jarmes Clark, of "Bonnie Doon.'' Barfold, was mar ried to Miss Ethel Milvain Robinson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robinson, of "Barr Bower,'" Ko roop. The ceremony, which was cele brated by the Rev. Mr. Nash. of Bap tist Church, Barraport, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Stoward, of Koondrook, took place on the spacious verandah at "Barr Bower," the bridal party standing under a decorated arch from which were suspended white satin horseshoes - emblems of good luck - the large assemblage of guests being on the lawn. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a beautiful dress of white embroidered crepe de chene, the bo- dice inset with lace, and the skirt with a court train, which was finished with sprays of orange blossom, and carried a lovely shower bouquet of white roses, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914
"'Wanted. WANTED. - COOK LAUN DRESS; also Housemaid.' Nice place. Miss FLANAGAN, High street." WANTED.-A YOUTH, about 15 years. Apply at once. H. RAWSON.' WANTED.:-:' FOR' SALE (any 'area) in, the £5iir~' rounding-^District's. Buyers Avaitingj ' J. ,-H. .GLARK; ? - Auctioneer. -jn. v , r.:r. . LOST, on Sunday, in, Huttoa or Wedge, - streets;-White BRUSH and CO.MB. .Reward. "Guardian" officeJ> ' LOST-Child's Gold Bar BROOCH set . with sapphires;-; 'io/.: reward. ."Guardian" office. .. &lt; ? ? LOST.-A Young Black iGREY-; HOUND PUPPY. Apply "Guardian'/ oflicc.. 1 - : C For Sale o; 'To' Le«- ; . ' . .TO .LET. - 7-roomed .HOUSE, plastered, . nice : yard, /stable,. - buggy . shed; central. -Apply.;jv.^IORGAN. . FQR SALE.-BICYCLE' (lady's). Eadie. freewheel, 0unlop tyres, .front brakes ;mu,d guar,ds, »pump|.-sound. £4! Mr^. ,Salmon's Store*- High.- street. . A .FIREWOOD!.'" FlSEWO'OD!' ' 'Ms^owv^' theMtime 'to buy your -Win tejfs'tSupply-.'before the wet weather. ;and'.i advanc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914
.. v Funeral'? Notice. " > The Friends of the latc'.Mrs. CA THERINE MULLER.. relict;of the late . Joseph Muller. are respectfully invited to follow her remaihs to, the place of interment, the Taradale Gem etery. _ % : _ The Funeral "is appointed'?;to leav'ic. her late residence', Mollison,' street, Malmsbury, THIS DAY (Tuesdajy 2Sth) at *2 o'clock. * ' ; - J.'-CUDDIHY; .. . Undertaker and* Embalmer, Molli son street. 'Phone"53".' "v.."